Re: Racism in the church, June, p. 9
The article made me think again about how we as Christians are less inclusive than we should be. Being a Christian supposedly embraces all humanity but many people exclude it from their vocabulary and consider us enemies. Even different Christian denominations do this.
I think we should move from a Christcentred theology to a love-centred one which would make it much easier to include all people on the earth. We should embrace faith, hope and love, but the greatest of these is love (1 Cor. 13:13). I would like to see all religions move in that direction and take the leader/founder’s personalities out of the equation.—Gerry Rosenquist, Iroquois, Ont.